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. tom perez is my second favorite department of justice official. we are very honored today that tom perez has come from washington, dc, to give welcoming remarks here at this summit. tom perez is the assistant attorney general of the civil rights division in washington, dc, he was nominated for that position by president obama and sworn in in october of 2009 and we are all the lucky -- we are all very lucky that that happened in october of 2009. tom has spent his entire career in public service and on protecting the civil rights of our most vulnerable people. tom actually joined the civil rights division as a young lawyer and while he was there he prosecuted some of the most significant cases in the country. lawyers in the civil rights division get fanned out to places in the country to handle cases in mississippi and alabama and california and all over and tom was one of those people. he was sent to texas to handle a very significant hate crime case when he was a young lawyer that involved a gang of white supremacists that went on a killing spree and ended up shooting 3 people
game. here is abc's alex perez. >> reporter: you never know where you are going to find love, online, through a friend, possibly even at your doorstep. but for the right price, and legally, a young college student can come knocking. >> good to see you. >> reporter: meet 63-year-old tommy and 21-year-old monti. they have been together for two years. >> i am just not feeling -- >> hole in one! >> i love them. >> yeah, they look great. >> they're fun. >> yeah, they are. >> thank you for them. >> you are welcome. >> reporter: they refer to each other as sugar daddy and sugar baby. >> give me a kiss. mwah. like high-five, right. >> it's powerful. >> reporter: when she needs money, tommy is her go-to guy. for monti who ask we only shoot her in profile the way to get the education she can't afford. >> he is look i can help you get through school easy. you just travel with me, have fun, be around me, and just keep me company. and i said, sure. you are going to pay for my school. >> reporter: we observed being a sugar baby comes with other perks. last june he told us he drops $5,000 a month o
said two flu deaths in the state. those are the latest numbers available. abc news reporter diana perez is live in new york city. we are hearing of flu vaccine shortages now. >> that's right. more bad news, but there is encouraging news coming out of the cvc for those overrun with patient's helps. cvc said according to the numbers. it looks like the worst hit areas are starting to peak. that means there could be a decrease in the number of flu cases there. >> every day a new enemy emerges. hospitals and clinics and doctor's offices are running low on vaccinine doses are distributed. >> we'll get 30 doses and that could be done in 20 minutes. >> pharmacs are having a hard time. nwe are getting tamiflu capsules. >> and doctors along with the patients are wearing masks to avoid getting sick. one doctor resorted to treating patients and no longer administering flu test. >> we make them feel better. 20 children are now dead. it is killing the healthiest of us. >> no chronic medical conditions and didn't take meditation and was a healthy 22 year old. hundreds of students are out sick in schoo
. >> perez. aye. >> commissioner lee. >> aye. >> joseph. >> aye. >> newlin. >> approved, good luck. >> so now, let me ask, i know that we were asked to delay this for richmond station is that over now? >> that is in the richmond, that is what i am trying to find out. >> good evening, commissioners, my name is rich from the alcohol unit of the police department in the interest of proceeding and the parties that are present, this is a critical one and incident that is continuing. so i will speak on behalf of the limited live performance so i guess dirty trix >> okay. >> i spoke to the officer on the phone and he has no objection. >> is there anybody here that objectsing to dirty trix saloon? or in general? >> no. okay. >> could you speak in? >> with reference to the ten p.m. entertainment. >> yes. >> from what i have seen, my name is john i live on geary and second avenue. what i have seen the reality is that when it begins at ten it always has overflows. >> okay. >> everything will overflow in the area. my question would be why not just make a full evening's entertainment and why not take the
. those are the latest numbers available. abc news reporter diana perez is live in new york city. we are hearing of flu vaccine shortages now. >> that's right. more bad news, but there is encouraging news coming out of the cvc for those overrun with patient's helps. cvc said according to the numbers. it looks like the worst hit areas are starting to peak. that means there could be a decrease in the number of flu cases there. >> every day a new enemy emerges. hospitals and clinics and doctor's offices are running low on vaccinine doses are distributed. >> we'll get 30 doses and that could be done in 20 minutes. >> pharmacs are having a hard time. nwe are getting tamiflu capsules. >> and doctors along with the patients are wearing masks to avoid getting sick. one doctor resorted to treating patients and no longer administering flu test. >> we make them feel better. 20 children are now dead. it is killing the healthiest of us. >> no chronic medical conditions and didn't take meditation and was a healthy 22 year old. hundreds of students are out sick in schools in the country. one oklaho
to approve. >> second? >> second. >> commissioner lee? >> aye. >> joseph. >> aye. >> hyde. >> aye. >> perez. >> aye. >> akers. >> aye. >> item number three, a report from the executive director. good evening, commissioners it has been a long time since i have seen you all. and i will update you on a few things, hopefully you found my report in your binder, the first is that i apologize that the header still says acting executive director and you get my panel right. i wanted to update the commission on the piece of legislation that is... is everything okay? >> okay. that was introduced last, at the end of last year. by supervisor chu, that i spoken on regarding the polk street, restricted alcohol use district. as requested by the commission, staft has asked the supervisor's office to attend an upcoming meeting to discuss the proposed legislation and the impacts on the businesses and development of new business in the area and in addition to the small business commission is schedule to hear the item as well in the next month. we don't have, and you did get actually committee assignments were
is a man that knows this course very well, pat perez played a lot of golf here as a young man including the junior worlds with tiger. lovely shot here at the eighth. good chance for a two there for pat perez. he is at 8-under. well, that has turned out to be a glorious afternoon. a little chilly. sure the guys up high in the canopy are very cold. jim: again, our coverage will be continuing at the top of the hour on golf channel. but for those of our the west coast you will still get the feed on cbs. stay right where you are. we are go to stay with it all the way until darkness, until play is called tonight. well, back to the third hole. billy horschel. he has a long one here for birdie. about two-thirds of the way down tiger might want to step in and take a peek at it. it will be tracking right on his line. >> billy had a rough day. he hasn't made a lot of anything on the greens. but he kept his chin up and made a nice run at the last. just that length, you know. when the shadows start to get longer, nick. you know the footprints, these greens are absolutely superb. the first thing in t
fueron al descanso y salieron con mayor conviccion y el ultimo clavo lo puso perez y mecaxas 3 por 0. >> cruz azul 1 a 0 >> ptotros y sinaloa a 0. >> llegara a los 650 partidos, solamente superado por galindo. >> carrillo ha puesto una demanda a los pumas. >> chepo puso la meta sacar pasajes al mundial. >> chicharito podria ir al atletico de madrid. >> santos aparace como cambio del barcelona. >> hoy es parte del cuerpo de entrenadores. >> no quiero hablar de un plan de juego y conozco a varios y se a que pueden llegar, son muy buenos y eso no es muy bueno para nosotros. >> pensandolo y si pudiera regresar el tiempo habira hecho las cosas diferentes. >> murio castillo tenia 68 años, >> debido a
mayores. >> el número de detenidos en custodia parar entregados a ais. >> abelino perez asegura que muchos trabajadores ambulantes fueron arrestados solo por salir a trabnajar. >> la orden del jefe sale solamente cuando calificaron como voluntaria en el controversial programa de comunidades seguras. >> lo que esta haciendo el departamento de policía es mantener unidas a las familias. >> bajo la nunca politca el dpeto de policía de los Ángeles no entregara als personas que las multas no excedan los 5 mil dólares. >> y ahora una pregunta en qué se gasta más dinero el gobierno de estados unidos, para sorpresa de muchos, se gasta mucho más dinero en inmigrantes que persiguiendo a los terroritsa, pablo sanchez nos dice por que. >> ya que necesitamos tener más consciencia como estasmo utilizando el dinero. >> se refiere a un analisis el cual dice que gasta más enh el control migratorio que en todas las gencias. >> una de las autoras del informe dice que muestra que ya es hora que logren un reforma migratoria, mientars que el presupuesto entregado al departamento de justicia ascencio a
tattoo artists are more in demand than ever. where do they learn their trade? abc's alex perez finds out. >> reporter: over the last decades, tattoos have poked through and emerged from a following to being publicly accepted. approximately 36% of americans between 18 to 25 have been inked. 1 in 5 americans have at least one tattoo. tattoos today are so popular, the art is main stream, making some of the artists cult sisters. even the guy who teaches the art got his own 15 minutes of fame. >> this is how you learn. >> tlc's show "tattoo school." and star dr. bill, a 43-year tattoo vet rap, who started his own school called the world's only tattoo school, located in shreveport, louisiana. is it the only tattoo school? >> when we started it was the only one in the world. >> reporter: today, the students get a lecture about a new rotary gun. >> rotary machines do not work like your coil. the coil is a electro magnet. >> reporter: and immediately get to put it to worse. >> ready to go? all right. go ahead. >> and where does it go? right here. >> reporter: and because, after all, these are stu
. (applause). >> i have the honor of sbre duesing our moderator, tom perez has graciously agreed to stay and participate in our first panel, business creating a healthy safe and inclusive environment for all school students, the role of our federal government. tom perez, assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. she was also nominated by president obama to serve in her role as assistant secretary of education for civil rights and she was confirmed by the senate in may of 2009. as assistant secretary, ruslyn is assistant secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very
in fairfax county last month. deetz development is suing jane perez over comments she posted on yelp and angie's list. perez claims the contractor stole items from her home and did subpar work. the contractor claims the reviews are false and cost him business. >>> virginia lieutenant governor bill bolling says he may still run for governor. the "washington post" is reporting that the republican is considering a run as an independent. he says he's been polling voters and meeting with legislators to help make the decision. he suspended his campaign for the nomination in november. that makes attorney general ken cuccinelli the presumptive republican nominee. >>> this morning a virginia man is fighting a visa bad to see his wife again. adam ross and his wife got married six months ago. three weeks after the wedding, apena's mother in thailand got terminally ill. the problem -- she left the country before finishing the process to get a green card, and that kept her from returning to herndon to be with her husband. she's been stuck in thailand for five months now, away from her new husband
's alex perez was there. >> reporter: it's been more than a decade since chicago has had a january this bloody. 42 murders so far this month, including 15-year-old hadiya pendleton, that standout student who performed at the president's inauguration festivities. today, we learned she made this anti-gang video when she was just in sixth grade. >> say no to gangs and yes to a great future. >> reporter: but hadiya's own future, cut short, when she was caught in gang cross fire tuesday. this city's mayor, rahm emanuel, announcing today 200 chicago police officers from the city's stretched thin force, will move from behind the desk to the streets to target high crime areas. >> we need to work together to protect our greatest resource. the children of the city of chicago. >> reporter: pendleton was with her friends, underneath this shelter, trying to stay out of the rain, when she was shot and killed. and the violence shows no signs of slowing down. since her death on tuesday, six people have been shot and wounded in chicago. chicago closed 2012 with more than 100 murders. and as diane s
to remove parts of a negative online review. christopher deets is suing jane perez for the online postings criticizing his contracting business which he says are false. a fairfax county judge ordered perez to remove parts of her online critique which she implied deets had stolen items from her home. the order was appealed on perez' behalf saying it violated her free speech rights. expect this latest ruling to be appealed at well. >>> 5:05. time for the latest your money report. >> jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. a big day on wall street. >> if only we could have one of those every single day. asian markets are up today. so we'll see. stocks really surged into the new year thanks to the fiscal cliff deal. we're going to have to see how long this enthusiasm can last. the budget deal didn't tackle automatic spending cuts which are now set to go into effect march 1. and it doesn't address the debt ceiling so those are remaining issues out there. checking the numbers in the meantime with a smile on our face, the dow sprinted ahead 308 points. that makes its biggest one-day gain in
. >> commissioner akers. >> aye. >> perez. >> aye. >> hyde. >> aye. joseph. >> aye. >> lee. >> aye. >> newlin. >> aye. >> 6 a has been approved, limited joe's has been approved. item 6 c, todd brown, dba red poppy art house do you want to give us background on that? >> c. >> 6 c. >> hold off doing a consent calendar? >> members of the public. >> so 6 c. the red poppy art house is a multiuse face on folsom between 23rd and 24th street in the mission and it is 650 square foot space used for workshops and gathering performance art and displays of art and this will allow them to host live performances of various sorts. and no, communications expressing concern for the intended use of the permit. >> so, for all of the applicants, please come up and enter a brief description of what you plan to do with your permit. >> since this is here, let's... >> you are the boss. >> okay. >> just for expedient >> my name is maria and i live on top of the building of the poppy and this is not commercial and no business on there only on 24 and mission. and this is a art house, the music is very loud. there is smo
and csu are slated to get a $250 kblinl boost in funding in the next fiscal year. assembly speaker perez fired a warning shot saying that better be enough and threatened to rethink uc future funding if there is any mention of tuition hikes. >> so they have to understand there are expectations there be no fee increase autos governor brown think as gresively expanding courses and making faculty teach a heavier load will help. 69 graduation ratesx et to move students through, faster. >> people goring to have to find a way to do the same thing with fewer growing resource autos administrators wanted $400 million and say the proposed $250 million increase looks like hikes can be avoided. >> it's too early to say anything. but it's a commitment here to do everything possible to keep switching it to the same level as sit now for next year. >> students frustrated because getting a degree is getting more expensive. they thought the tax hikes in prop 30 were supposed to help slow the skyrocketing costs but in a letter linda says the passage assures our students will not face mid year increases but
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